01 February 2021
Everyone has mental health, but sometimes we all need a bit of extra support. Below, you can find resources that have been created by staff at the Catch22 Stoke and Staffordshire CSE and Missing service, aimed at young people who may be unsure where to turn.
Click the buttons below to download the resources for easy access via your computer – or print them and stick them up where you can see them whenever you need them!
Top tips for mental wellbeing
The COVID-19 pandemic has been hard for everyone. Feeling a bit down right now is normal. In fact, it would be strange not to be affected by recent events.
Remember you’re not alone and there is help out there. For starters, here are five simple things you can do to support your wellbeing.
Helplines, apps and websites if you need help now
There are lots of organisations and charities offering free support to young people who may need extra help at the moment. Covering a wide range of topics, from youth crime to mental health support, there is someone you can talk to.
We’ve outlined the ways you can get in touch with these organisations, so that you can access support quickly and easily if you need it.
Helplines, apps and websites for help in Staffordshire
In addition to the national support that is available, there are a number of organisations also providing support to young people in Staffordshire specifically.
If you are local to our Stoke and Staffordshire CSE and Missing service, this file is for you!